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Technical Education Development Institute (TEDI) XXXXXXXXXXPROVIDER NUMBER: 22300 CRICOS NUMBER: 03221G
Level 1, 212 King Street, Melbourne, Victoria – 3000
Ph: XXXXXXXXXX, Fax: XXXXXXXXXX
www.tedi.vic.edu.au
ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET
This form is to be completed by the assessor and used as a final record of student competency.
All student submissions (outlined below) are to be attached to this cover sheet before placing on the students file.
Student results are not to be entered onto the Student Database unless all relevant paperwork is completed and attached to this form.
Student Name:

Student ID No:

Final Completion Date:

Unit Code:
UEENEEH148A
Unit Title:
Design and develop advanced digital systems
Please attach the following documentation to this form
Result
S = Satisfactory
NS = Not Satisfactory
NA = Not Assessed
Assessment 1
( Project and Practical Demonstration attached
( Checklist attached
S | NS | NA
Assessment 2
( Written Assessment attached
( Checklist attached
S | NS | NA

Final Assessment Result for this unit
C / NYC
Student Feedback: _________________________________________________________________________
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Student Declaration: I declare that I have been assessed in this unit, and I have been advised of my result. I also am aware of my appeal rights.
Name:
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Signature:
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Date:
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Assessor Declaration: I declare that I have conducted a fair, valid, reliable and flexible assessment with this student, and I have provided appropriate feedback
Name:
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Signature:
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Date:
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Administrative use only
Entered onto Student Management Database
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Date
Initials
ASSESSMENT 1
ASSESSMENT 1 – STUDENT INFORMATION
ASSESSMENT 1 PROJECT/PRACTICAL/ROLE PLAY/
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Instructions:
· Understand the given scenario properly.
· All Documents should be with proper Titles.
· References of websites should be written.
· All underlined should be TITLE of the Documents
Task 1
Experiment: Design the electric lock on breadboard using the following equipment:
· 4001 quad NOR gate (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXX)
· 4070 quad XOR gate (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXX)
· Two, eight-position DIP switches (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXX)
· Two light-emitting diodes (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXXor equivalent)
· Four 1N914 "switching" diodes (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXX)
· Ten 10 kΩ resistors
· Two 470 Ω resistors
· Pushbutton switch, normally open (Radio Shack catalog # XXXXXXXXXX)
· Two 6 volt batteries
Task 2
There are four different parts for this task that every student must have to accomplish to gain competency in this unit:
Student has to prepare the requirement regarding designing, troubleshooting and justifying the truth table and circuit output on one the following circuit assigned by the trainer
Figure (b)
Figure (c)
Figure (d)
Part A of Given Task
Prepare to diagnose and rectify faults
OHS (Included)
In the Digital Electronics laboratory using digital gates:
a) Complete the OHS risk document attached and submit it along with the practical report.
b) Using methodical approach, show how you would test and use a Digital Trainer Board for correct functionality.
c) For the purpose of assessing your knowledge of fundamental characteristics digital electronics circuits is applied to solving system problems, answer the following questions by showing all required steps:
i. For the digital control system as shown in the circuit diagram using digital gates list the digital IC’s required.
ii. Write the Boolean expression for the output of the digital circuit.
iii. Produce a truth table for the circuit as per the theory.
Part B of Given Task
Diagnose and rectify faults:
Practical Task
a) Carry out the OHS procedure required for this task as mentioned above.
b) Build the circuit for the above digital control system on the “Digital Trainer” provided to you in the lab class.
c) Check your circuit for proper operation.
d) Diagnose any faults in the digital control system. If no faults are diagnosed, the instructor will create “unexpected faults” which you are supposed to diagnose.
e) Rectify the faults in the digital control system.
f) Retest for correct operation of the digital control system.
g) Record the results for the above circuit in the form of truth table (practical).
h) Compare the practical truth table with the theoretical truth table. Are they the same?
Complete and report fault diagnosis and rectification activities:
a) Demonstrate the circuit to your teacher.
b) After you have demonstrated the circuit to your teacher, clean the work place/lab space as per the procedures.
c) Submit a written report to your teacher based on the following instructions.
Part C of Given Task
Instructions for writing lab report.
Your written laboratory report must include:
· A blue assignment cover-sheet which is signed by yourself for declaring that your assignment has no plagiarism.
· Methodical approach for testing a Digital Trainer Board for correct functionality is mentioned in dot points.
· Method should include the following:
1. The digital control system as shown in the circuit diagram using digital gates
2. and digital IC’s
3. Boolean expression for the output of the digital circuit.
4. Truth table for the circuit as per the theory.
· Discussions and conclusion (expected to be typed with at least half a page of about 200 words)
In the conclusion, reflect on what you have learned, through the practical about the Diagnosis and rectification of faults in digital control-systems.
· Original circuit diagram / document signed by your teacher / lab supervisor)
· Required data sheets if any
· Bibliography and reference websites wherever required. Refer to the referencing document in the school local drive for this course for further information.
Report Submission: Submit the lab report to the teacher as per the due date.
Part D of Given Task
OHS Risk Assessment Document- Digital Laboratory
Risk Identification /Task
Yes/No
Comments
Equipment Used
Power Supply
Are you using AC or DC Power Supply ?
Has the power supply been connected properly to the mains?
Are the power supply leads connected to the correct sockets?
What is the maximum voltage you will be required to use?
Any other Safety issues when using Power Supply?








Digital Trainer
Has the Digital Trainer been connected properly to the mains?
What is the maximum voltage you will be required to use?
Any other Safety issues when using Digital Trainer Board?








Soldering/High Temperature
When using soldering iron:
Handling it with the correct technique?
Correct temperature being used?
Correct amount of solder being used?
Is there a risk of fire?
Can anyone suffer ill health due to exposure to high or low temperatures?


Electrical
When testing the circuit, Is there water near/ on the circuit board?
Damaged electrical switches?
Damaged cords/leads?
Any other factors?


Tripping/Falling
Is the floor surface slippery?
Poor housekeeping?
Lack of proper work platform?
Obstacles being placed on the work platform?


ASSESSMENT 1 – ASSESSOR CHECKLIST
This checklist is to be used when assessing the students in the associated task. This checklist is to be completed for each student. Please refer to separate mapping document for specific details relating to alignment of this task to the unit requirements.
Please complete below
Student Name:

Student ID No:

Date:

In undertaking this assessment, did the student
Satisfactory
Identified OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Obtained OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Understood OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Followed established OHS risk control measures and procedures in preparation for the work.
( Yes ( No
Determined the extent of the proposed digital system development from the design brief or in consultations with appropriate person(s).
( Yes ( No
Planned design development work to meet scheduled timelines in consultation with others involved on the work site.
( Yes ( No
Selected materials and devices/components required for the work on compatibility of their specifications with digital system requirements and project budget constraints.
( Yes ( No
Obtained tools, equipment and testing devices needed to carry out the work and checked for correct operation and safety.
( Yes ( No
Followed OHS risk control work measures and procedures.
( Yes ( No
Applied knowledge of digital devices and systems and compliance standards to the design
( Yes ( No
Considered alternative arrangements for the design based on the requirements outlined in the design brief.
( Yes ( No
Incorporated safety, functional and budget considerations in the design.
( Yes ( No
Constructed prototype devices and circuits and tested for compliance with the design brief and regulatory requirements.
( Yes ( No
Rectified prototype malfunctions and retested to ensure effective operation of design.
( Yes ( No
Documented digital system design for submission to appropriate person(s) for approval.
( Yes ( No
Provided solutions to unplanned situation consistent with organisation policy.
( Yes ( No
Presented and Explained the design to client representative and/or other relevant person(s).
( Yes ( No
Negotiated requests for modifications to the design with relevant person(s) within the constraints of organisation policy.
( Yes ( No
Documented final design and approval obtained from appropriate person(s).
( Yes ( No
Monitored quality of work against personal performance agreement and/or established organizational or professional standards.
( Yes ( No
In undertaking this Practical Assessment, did the student
Satisfactory
Activity A: Prepare to diagnose and rectify faults
Identified OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Obtained OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Understood OHS processes and procedures for a given work area
( Yes ( No
Followed established OHS risk control measures and procedures in preparation for the work.
( Yes ( No
Determined the extent of the proposed digital system development from the design brief or in consultations with appropriate person(s).
( Yes ( No
Test and Use the Digital Trainer Board accurately?

( Yes ( No
Selected materials and devices/components required for the work on compatibility of their specifications with digital system requirements and project budget constraints.
( Yes ( No
List all the required IC’s

( Yes ( No
Write the Boolean expression accurately

Followed OHS risk control work measures and procedures.
( Yes ( No
Draw the T.T appropriately?

Activity B: Diagnose and rectify faults
Did the Student:
Connect the digital control system circuit accurately without help?
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Connect the digital control system circuit accurately with help?

( Yes ( No
Checked the circuit for correct functionality
( Yes ( No
Diagnose all the faults within the digital system without help?
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Diagnose all the faults within the digital system with help?

( Yes ( No
Rectified prototype malfunctions and retested to ensure effective operation of design.
( Yes ( No
Rectify all the faults within the digital system without help?
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Rectify all the faults within the digital system with help?

( Yes ( No
Record the results as per the correct functionality
( Yes ( No
Compare the practical T.T with the T.T as per theory
( Yes ( No
Activity C: Complete and report fault diagnosis and rectification activities.
Did the Student:
Demonstrate the connections of the circuit

( Yes ( No
Function of the circuit is explained

( Yes ( No
Work place is cleaned as per the OH&S document?

( Yes ( No
Submit a neat completed report on the practical as per instructions

( Yes ( No
Comments:

Result: Satisfactory | Not Satisfactory | Not Assessed
Student Declaration: I declare that I have been assessed in this unit, and I have been advised of my result. I also am aware of my appeal rights.
Name:
________________________
Signature:
________________________
Date:
____/_____/_____
Assessor: I declare that I have conducted a fair, valid, reliable and flexible assessment with this student, and I have provided appropriate feedback
Name:
________________________
Signature:
________________________
Date:
____/_____/_____
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